Pedalboard Order?

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by Karnivool_305, Jan 28, 2013.


  1. Karnivool_305

    Karnivool_305

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    Alright, so over the course of a few months i picked up a multitude of pedals and have been enjoying them for almost a year now.

    My current set-up is:

    Schecter Custom 5
    >Dunlop Volume Pedal
    |Tuner out > Korg Pitchblack Tuner
    >Boss GEB-7 EQ
    >Boss LMB-3 Compressor
    >Boss LS-2 Line Selector
    LINE 1
    |>Soundblox Pro Multiwave Bass Distortion
    |LINE 2
    ||>EHX Micro POG
    ||>Ibanez TS9B Tubescreamer
    ||>Zvex Woolly Mammoth
    ||>Tech 21 XXL Bass
    >MXR Smartgate
    >Xotic Xblender
    |EFX LOOP
    |>Soundblox Pro Bass Envelope Filter
    |>Tech 21 Boost Bass Chorus
    |>Boss BF-3 Flanger
    |>Boss DD-7 Delay

    I'll work out how to put an image up soon, but i was wondering what you guys would recommend for the ordering?
    It sounds fine to me, but there is room for improvement Im sure.
    Just looking for an opinion. :)
     
  2. Karnivool_305

    Karnivool_305

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    Here's the latest pic of my set-up on a board i made with my Dad. c:
     

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  3. Musicman1901

    Musicman1901 Supporting Member

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    Don't wanna de-rail your topic or anything but is your schecter active? If so how does the mammoth respond with it. I have always been interested in the wooly mammoth but heard it's not very "active friendly"
     
  4. GlassOnion

    GlassOnion 1.21 Gigawatts Gold Supporting Member

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    Yeah I second the sorry for derailing movement. The Mammoth is grumpy. It sounds great with passive but does not play well with 9v or 18v. Totally distorts the fuzz in a vey unpleasant way. I sold mine due to 18v Modulus being my main choice like 97.87% of the time. It sat on my shelf for months thinking I would eventually switch full time to passive Fenders. Never moved out of my carbon fiber addiction so the mammoth was passed on to a TB member.
     
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  6. Musicman1901

    Musicman1901 Supporting Member

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    Thanks for the info. For some reason I have been obsessed with a mammoth pedal. Probably because I know it wont work for me so I crave it thinking it will be better than whatever fuzz I have hahaha. Thanks again. I apologize for stealing your thread. Bump so somebody can help this guy with his crazy board!
     
  7. GlassOnion

    GlassOnion 1.21 Gigawatts Gold Supporting Member

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    Fuzz gas is a nasty monster. I have literally been thru thousands of dollars on the search for my fuzz. My board is fuzz and OD heavy. Just the way I roll I guess.
    Check out:
    Sanford and sonny Bluebeard
    Fuzzrocious grey stache
    Malekko b:assmaster

    These are my favorite fuzz boxes. Each unique, but in my opinion the GS has most reach and versatility.
     
  8. Musicman1901

    Musicman1901 Supporting Member

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    Hahaha the Sonny Bluebeard and the Grey Stache are the ones i've come down to. I just posted a thread comparing them today. Can't decide what I like better. If you have any input on either pedal I would love to hear it. Post it on my thread though and we'll leave this poor guys thread alone lol. And I know how it feels to be a fuzz junkie. Sadly with all this trouble and research this is going to be my secondary fuzz that I run with my pitchfactor. My main fuzz is a colorsound tonebender.
     

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